Grow your leader’s capacity

We aim to build leaders with more capability and capacity. You know your leaders are a key part of your organization. With Adeption’s leadership development platform, you can build skills and agility in even more of your people.

Adeption does this with a blend of synchronous and asynchronous coaching embedding the vertical principles of perspective, heat, and reflection.

How do you grow?

Perspective

What do others’ think? What do others’ do? How does that fit into what you do? 

Colliding perspectives are provided with Adeption’s word clouds, peer connections, shared insights, and expert tools to help frame your own thinking

Heat

What can you do? What can you change? What can you impact? Putting yourself in situations out of your comfort zone changes you and the situation.

Adeption is not just about knowing, it’s about doing as well – use Adeption to plan actions, with reminders and nudges to help

Reflection

How did it go? What did you learn? What would you do next time?

Reflecting on and sharing your insights so others can learn as well, are a key piece of an Adeption workout. These shared insights are all part of what you can open up for your team in Adeption

Connect with more of our thinking

Blending Leadership Development Experiences

Blending Leadership Development Experiences

When we talk about blended learning, we're not just talking about in-person and technology. COVID-19 has sent a ripple through the Leadership Development world. You see we are predominately people’s people. That means face-to-face is king and leveraging technology is...

read more
Stretching the cultural bungee cord

Stretching the cultural bungee cord

Have you worked in this type of organization? It became successful by meeting a particular customer need and found a winning, repeatable formula. Around that formula it developed a strong culture that was: siloed, technically expert, and good at executing. Over time...

read more
Learning to ride

Learning to ride

A week ago Alexa (our youngest) was learning to ride a bike.  In true Dad fashion, I was walking with her nudging and holding her up.  She has good balance but it wasn't pretty.  So I helped more; I nudged, I held, I made it worse.  After a quick break and a regroup,...

read more

Want a demo?

If you’re ready to grow your leaders, we’d love to see how we can help.